Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Playing House by Mira Day Review


Sometimes you have to do things differently in order to be happy.

When Hannah Bishop discovers that her boyfriend Connor is cheating on her, she has no idea that breaking up with him will lead her to the happiness she deserves—even when Caleb Matthews, the city’s most eligible bachelor and a regular at the cafĂ© where Hannah works, steps up to help her. Hannah uncovers secrets about the man she’s running from and the man who has become her hero, realizing that not everything in life is black and white. Sometimes you have to do things differently in order to be happy.

**Note: This story contains strong character-appropriate language and sexual situations.**
Combining love and action, Playing House explores the secrets people keep and the personal choices everyone must make to achieve happiness.

My Review:

An amazing tale full of twists and turns, romance and suspense. 

Hannah Bishop‘s life changes when she meets lawyer Caleb Matthews at the diner she works at.  He is everything any woman would want, but Hannah already has a boyfriend and they live together.  So Hannah settles for being friends with Caleb. 

When Hannah‘s boyfriend Conner becomes jealous, Hannah finds out what he is really like and she is scared.  Caleb is there to pick up the pieces and lets Hannah stay with him which leads to them falling in love together very quickly.  But this is just the beginning of the story.  Caleb is keeping something from Hannah and she finds out when she starts working as an assistant for his parent’s chef.   Will this secret be the end of Hannah and Caleb or can they work through it? 

As I read this book, I didn’t know what to think about Hannah and her choice in men.  It seemed she kept going down the wrong road and I wasn’t sure what to think of Caleb and his secret.  I was very impressed with the way the author told the story and kept me guessing what would happen next.  

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